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Physiotherapy services

  • Sports Physiotherapy
  • Bulk Billing Physiotherapy
  • Motor Vehicle Injuries
  • Post-Natal Physiotherapy
  • Remedial Massage
  • Women's Health Physiotherapy
  • Dry Needling
  • Paediatric Physiotherapy
  • Posture Correction
  • Soft Tissue and Muscle Injuries
  • Aged Care Physiotherapy
  • Gait and Balance
  • Post Surgical Rehabilitation
  • Pregnancy Care
  • Sports Injury Prevention

Popular suburbs in Wollongong

Popular streets in Wollongong

  • Laver Road
  • Compton Street
  • Mount Brown Road
  • Northview Terrace
  • Bambil Crescent
  • Coronet Place
  • Byamee Street
  • Hennessy Lane
  • Woodrow Place, Figtree Gardens Caravan Park
  • Springfield Avenue
  • Carlyle Close
  • Cottonwood Crescent
  • William Davies Drive
  • Cormack Avenue
  • Rosemount Street
  • Bright Parade
  • Whelan Avenue
  • Bannister Street
  • Baringa Place
  • Larama Avenue
  • 74 Princes Highway
  • Sleigh Street
  • Billabong Ave
  • Cypress Avenue
  • Yalunga Street
  • George Fuller Drive
  • Satinwood Avenue
  • Robert St
  • Terrie Avenue
  • Cambridge Road
  • Bellevue Road
  • Mulda Street
  • Gibsons Road
  • Preston Street
  • Canaan Avenue
  • Saville Road
  • Morinda Close
  • Outlook Drive
  • Western Avenue
  • Redgum Forest Way
  • Cameron Place
  • William Street
  • Arkell Drive
  • Garden Avenue
  • Karbo Street
  • Burrell Crescent
  • Fowlers Road
  • Shell Place
  • Reeves Way
  • Brook St
  • Govett Crescent
  • Cordeaux Road
  • Amaroo Avenue
  • Benney Avenue
  • Kanahooka Road
  • Lantarra Place
  • Alandale Avenue
  • Craig Crescent
  • Lewis Drive
  • Emerson Rd
  • Avondale Road
  • Murray Park Road
  • Indigo Way
  • Emerson Road
  • Langson Avenue
  • Cabernet Drive
  • The Rise
  • Robert Street
  • Baan Baan Street
  • Julianne Street
  • O'Donnell Drive
  • Lamerton Drive
  • Billabong Avenue
  • Gahnia Avenue
  • Dalmeny Avenue
  • Tallawong Crescent
  • Breynia Street
  • Prince Edward Drive
  • Princess Highway
  • Woodlands Place
  • Grafton Avenue
  • Avonlea Street
  • Valley Drive
  • Heininger Street
  • Crighton Place
  • Princes Highway
  • Cornwall Rd
  • Lakelands Drive
  • Cascarilla Street
  • Cirrus Street
  • Jacaranda Avenue
  • Zelang Avenue
  • Coolabah Road
  • Barellan Avenue
  • Beltana Avenue
  • Koloona Avenue
  • Risley Road
  • Walang Avenue
  • Kent Road
  • Baywood Avenue
  • Brentwood Avenue
  • Anthea Place
  • Werowi Street
  • Oleander Avenue
  • Darragh Drive
  • Princes Hwy
  • Kilbirnie Place
  • Colvin Place
  • Swain Crescent
  • Cobblers Avenue
  • Neave Avenue
  • Cadigan Place
  • O'Briens Road
  • Mary Davis Avenue
  • Burrell Cres
  • Camden Grove
  • Kundle Street
  • Bingara Avenue
  • Kylie Place
  • Compton St

Our physiotherapists treat

  • Arthritis
  • Chronic pain
  • Headaches
  • Leg pain
  • Migraines
  • Shoulder pain
  • Upper back pain
  • Back pain
  • Elbow pain
  • Hip pain
  • Lower back pain
  • Neck pain
  • Side pain
  • Whiplash
  • Balance problems
  • Fibromyalgia
  • Knee pain
  • Middle back pain
  • Sciatica
  • Sports injuries
  • Wrist pain

Wollongong profile

Also known as ‘The Gong’, the city is strategically located on a narrow coastal strip. The town is situated between the Pacific Ocean and Illawarra Escarpment and lies around 68 km on the southern side of Central Sydney. As per the June 2018 census, it is the 3rd largest city of NSW with a population of 302,739. Heavy industry makes the city quite popular along with its port activities. Besides, its location has made it a popular tourist destination. There are many heritage sites in the city which include Elouera House, Little Milton and Regent Theatre among many others.

History of Wollongong

It is known that Dharawal Indigenous Australians 1st inhabited Wollongong. Matthew Flinders and George Bass were the first Europeans to come to the place as navigators. They landed in the region in 1796. The people who settled here first were cedar cutters. Next came the graziers. In 1815, a stockman’s hut was established in the region by Charles Throsby. In 1816, the 1st land grants were made here. Years later, Wollongong is a busy city which relies mainly on heavy industry.

Recreation in Wollongong

For fun and recreation, Wollongong has a lot to offer. There are 17 beaches in the region where several activities take place regularly. These include skimboarding, swimming, rock fishing and surfing. The city has several parks as well, with playgrounds, athletics complex, indoor heated swimming pools and a lot more. The city also has many cafes, restaurants and cinemas. There are numerous nightclubs, registered clubs and pubs in the region.

Living in Wollongong

The city experiences an oceanic climate with humid subtropical influences. Rainfall is distributed throughout the year, with several primary & high schools in the region. There are many specialist schools as well. The city is well connected to other parts of Australia by the road, railways, air and bus services.

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